The beauty of online courses is that you can pick up skills as needed, anytime and anywhere. Recognizing this, IS&T’s Training Team has been full steam ahead, creating web-based courses to help community members learn and use MIT applications effectively.
ARTEMiS is short for "ART for Engineering, Mathematics, and Science", an initiative launched last summer through MIT’s Office of Educational Innovation and Technology (OEIT).
Reading Howard Rheingold's Net Smart: How to Thrive Online is like taking a thought-provoking college class on five digital literacies: attention, participation, collaboration, “crap detection,” and network smarts.
The URL is the same but IS&T’s website has been redesigned from the ground up. It’s now equally responsive to users and their devices.
If you’re a member of the MIT community, chances are you’ve been on the receiving end of adMIT ONE – but do you know what it is?
Stephanie Hatch is MIT’s first Social Media and Email Marketing Specialist. As the Institute’s central resource for digital strategies, she can advise those new to social media as well as those who want to take it to the next level.
The paper-based process underwent a sea change this fall, as seven departments, 2630 students, and 184 advisors participated in an Online Registration pilot. The pilot was led by a team that includes staff from DUE and IS&T.
If you haven't yet been a victim of phishing, malware, or other online fraud, statistics show that it may just be a matter of time. With the number of cyber threats growing daily, it helps to be reminded of how you can do your part to combat the risks.
In the spring of 2011, MIT moved to a completely online subject evaluation system. The new system is more flexible, timely, and accurate and eliminates close to 40,000 paper forms each semester.
As another academic year comes into view, ATIC staff are out in front, testing IT tools for those who have various disabilities or temporary injuries, such as visual or hearing impairments, dyslexia, or repetitive strain injuries.